The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LEADER GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA.
A Week of Great Bargains in Surplus Stock.
A Week of Phenomenal Price Possibilities.
A Week of Intense Enthusiasm by Shoppers.
A Week of Selling and Saving Without Parallel.
Particular attention is requested to the minute details given in our advertisement. We
know that it is to your interest to do so that is if you care to save money. You will al-
ways find everything exactly as advertised.
This is how we sell .
- & C ' 8 :: all 111 fk
iff 8 If ffl
Ladies fine cambric gowns trimmed in Nainsook embroidery;
otliers ask $1.75; our price $1.89.
Special Prices on all
set covers etc.
Remember our JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Is now
In Full Blast. Everything exactly as Advertised.
MINER & SMOOT.
FEDERATION WOMEN'S CLUII
.IUUIII.Y SUCVJCMUKl'L NATIONAL
JIBKTrNU AT USJNVWIt.
Denver Juno ii-('lulj women Willi
pltuuMira iioi IUiiU brukf up an import-
ant ssf-f--" uf llu- gi-neral K-derutlun this
At t 11"- Jleate bolted In a body
Notwithstanding a thuudar storm wlilch
soon bruka Iuoim 11m wunin i laurberej or
th tPOltry car bound (or iCIIuli a ar
dan. Wher th wre tunut-rtil a nt.eptl.jn
ty Ik hlorrbra wwnaa'a lub unj Inci-
Ua tatty ruinm tlMlr bast bunnufM
TlMt report of lb oorraaponJlng aerie
tdry. Mr PWUlp 3oom ot Bi Uuia hhi
tAtcrratinR Tbe federation iww induilet
11 ttft with a memlMrlilf at 69iG09 and
at atat- t ilerutiund muda up of ?1J0 club
with a mi nil.i rililp of 1M.UU4. TaklnK out
dupltcai- m nib. rMhijui It leave 10VMC
vmfl i hi country pledged to tho mot-
to "Unit i In Jiverlir.'' There Is" an hon-
orary iwejitiMtrahlp of tL It was alee mn-
ti jnt J thjt rhe grtatml sueca of "tale
Liwlics Muslin Oowns all siz-
es nicely ruffled; others
ask G5c; our orice -18 cents.
Liulios Muslin (Jowus tt'nn-
met! in embroidery; otliers
ask 75 cents; our price 59c
LmlioB nice muslin gawns.
trimmed in embroidery;
others ask 98c our price is
Ladies Cambric Gowns nice
embroidered yoke; otliers
ask $1.25 our price 9Hc.
Lndios nice Cambric gowns
trimmed elegantly; otliers
ask ?1. 25 our price $1.10.
f l i . u.ui-. had Inen ulong the Unas Of
.tiuiatiun traullliig llbrarlati art lattgua
ln.luirl.il and manual training for wo-
The cnmmlttee on credantlali Mrs. WU-
liant H Kialt-ruf Denver allowed the reg
1 ran lm to 4e ill delegates or & per
cent larger tlwji the last blenrifaL
Mrs. Frank Trumhull of Denrtr the
treaaurer ufaowed receipts In two year
amounlln' to tK.CTI. with expenditures c-t
Jl7 leaving a balance of X&fiA.
The nrxt disiinoiively iiierary program
came oft this evening In the ltroadwty
theatre nhii li wan packed witti un enlliu
Hiasllc audience The I heme wax "Kim j
tlou." iliss Annie Laiwa. of Oftlu. pfi -tided
with Prof. Urace Kapy Pat ton aa local
vulaiaut chan-man. Tbe addresses 'a-
teraperaed with musical numbers ww
"Rtlucatlon." Mr Frank Ileder Neh
"Rthlcal education in our at hoots." Mr
Pan It. Corny Utah; Manuel educa
ttan." Mra. Mary K. Mumford. Penna .
"Bdueational follacJen." Mtaa C. a. Par-
ish. Virginia. Woman' movement to e-
Various articles 5 cents will buy.
2 cards safety pins 2 boxes French shoe blacking 0 bunches
hair pios 2 cakes nice buttermilk toilet soap 1 bottle of perfumo
1 yard silk veiling 5 yards lace 1 set side combs 1 silk hair net
1 good purse 1 boys straw hat. 8 rolls cotton tape 2 spools of
crochet cotton 1 good tooth brush 2 yards of lawn 1 bottle of
tan shoe polish 1 yard mosquito netting.
Low Prices For
Ladies fast black hose 05c
Ladies gray hose Ojc
Ladies fix-t black and tan hose 09c
8 pair lor 25c; others get 15c for same quality
Lidies fast black and tan hose regular 15cent
hose sale price 12
Ladies fast black and tan hose regular price
20c sale price 15c
Ladits fast black and tnn hose regular price
85 cents sale- price 25c
Ladles fancy plaid hose regular 85cent hose sale price 25c
One lot childi en's while hose to clean out at 08c
Children's fast black Iiqsp all sizes 05c
Children's last black and tali hose; all sizes 05c
8 pairs for 25c
.nbllsli a nuUonal un entity" Mis t'.il
vin B. Price New York.
The husband of Hie president Mr. Il;u-
ry Iltnrotln has gallantly put in an ap-
pearance and la the lion o fine hour. Ills
inUsloii be declares to tie the establish-
ment at a HW federation feature that ol
housekeeper for the uetter-tialf of the In-
Mrs. M. l Thrxtcher. at Pueblo presi-
dent of toe Colorado federation has mot
with a serious accident having Injured her
xpiui ay a tturftk' down stairs.
Mrs. IBluw lUfle of Rait Lake city tfr
first nrraiderA aj( the first club 4fMBiz4if
west ot the Mnilasipni river a beA
voied an hjpnora.ry vice president f liifi
At toe sessions today grectlnga have
bean read from uiatiHgiiislted woman All
over tho world. Including lAdy Aberdon
of Canada; Utdy Amelia Dllke of Londoa;
Sine Isabelte Hoijelot of Paris; Mm. O
II. Harnelof Indo; llronM yon Un
lowMendhausen of UertHgny.
There will be six sessions of the fedsra-
tlon tomorrow to nay nothing of social
affairs every hour in the day. The mor.i-
ing meetings will b- devoted to "t'lvle
iluiis and village Improvement daaaerta-
IbiriA and "1 hi presn "
FOUND 8BVKN 3IINE8.
ftopyrlgnted W if IM AMoetetsd
I'ress ) Mara rel Rste fame 8utlon
((iuuiiatanum.i Bay. Irovlre of ganoaxu
L). i'hIm Tuc-n.lay. June . The eabie at
this Mint. on hih l . Allen with the
caule boat Adria. has been working fsij
"fi wy unuer great uinieuiiMa was
oiwned for opratkn twlay. Communtoa
4 Ion with Washington was established and
several offiiiul im usages have been re
Matters in the hartwr have been nulot
for two days but stirring events are ex-
The launches of the cruiser Marblehead
and the gunboat Uolplrfn today by com-
mand of Commander McCalla. drasged
the channel leading to the town of Calm-
em and turned up aeven contact mines
ech oootainii4r ill pounds of gun ootton.
3we nTJyii'Vere exactly similar to those
ftynd sArte lly since by the Texas and
Mfrblenjpd and every one had bean hit
trfrpue at our boats on the occasion of the
W(i)bartlent. Commander McCalla aald
Ittt ssealia of the American warships was
Ultle short of providvntla).
Tha -work of dragglmr m the minM to-'
tlar. under charge of IJeut. Iloughter of
the Marblehead. KnslgH Cola of the Dol-
phin and Knsign Oherardi. of tho Mar
bWHfdd. -who directed ts iaunehefi was
daajproiw and was very haadjomsjy done
li'ln yotmg officers
' . 1
rz THE CADIZ FLEET.
LAadaa Jnae xl-Tii Ottoraltar eorre-
spMdsnt of the Daily Kewa says:
"No cre4enee need be given to rumara
mat toe Cadiz miuadruii will return tc
that port. Admiral ('amara coiild nut re
turn without riots at Vttjp. and Madrid
partirularl as it said at the haiMiuat Ue
Itt? hi departure he would nover return
lfors his Hg had bean steeped in Amer-
iMn hWAtli Vou will llnd tWM the nml
mv of the squadron -will t la the ra-
AMtKICANS IN CUBA.
(Continued Prom l'lrst Page)
nu nix mliun off. suddenly began to
u.vriut our Attention from our own af-
Mrli.gM t empty bouts began anwtlhiK !
amt fio among the tranort ami gradu-
wlth troop. At 9:45 Cuban scouts sp
lit artd weal of Daltiulrl ami Immediately
the New Orleans. Mat-lila Detroit. Huw-
anee and Wa slilngton bettan bombord-
Inu. Forty-fire rotimU'were llred into the
ijualiM during the II rat titmrter of an
hour and many round from quick firing
Kiine. Not a ahot waa II red In reapottae
At I.W the flrat boat load containing the
ifln of the UlKhth and llrat Infantry
started for the ahore folk) d by the
kith (colored) the toth and the llth In
famry at :M. '
Prodigious cheering from the ahore
eau)it up by tlie neareat ship and (lying
from veaaet to veaael through the aquad-
ran announced the momentuotie fact tlmt
tlie army had liegun a lamllng nu Cuban
aoll the honor of aetttlnc the foot en the
lata ml falling to a detachment of the sth
Infantry that waa towed ashoro by the
fhla Important operation thua success-
f ii 1 1 J' completed without lose of life or ac-
cident the troop on land formed nml
moved up away to quarter without eon-
fualon. A force of mounted Cuban.
which had been under cover during the
bombardment now arrived ami congratu-
lations were exchangetl. The Inlmhltanta
of the MlllHge aaaureil tlmt the wo rat
wuh ovti catna out colored women nnd
children creeping Into Bight from sub-
-l 11 "0 a drtachment of tho 1ml Maaaa-
(huxitts volunteers started for the ahore
ttiu by noon probably 8.00 men had
Undid other detachmentH were follow-
itiK rnpldly na the atenm litunchoa could
he made nvntlnhlo.
(Copyrighted IBS by the Aaanclatd
l'res.) Play a Del Rate. Cable Station
(luunatanamo Itay Province of Santiago
Do Culm 'edneadny June H 9 a. ji -The'
army began landing today at Aguun-
ilorea 16 mllea east of Santiago De Cubi
It la not expected that the disembarkation
will be llulahed for aeveral daya.
The fleet of transports which arrived off
Hnutliigo on Monday dlaappeared yoster
day (Tuesday) morning tor the purpoae of
making n demonstration at poluta onat
and weat of Sniftlnuo to deceive thr
Hpanlarda regarding the point of actual
The demonstration matwnrd waa made
at Alterea nnd that to the wratward at n
point about enually distant from Santiago
A Cuban who had deaerted from the
Spanish ranks aurrendereil Inst night to
the Mnrtilehend aaylng that ho waa tin
able to longer endure tho Htnrvntlon ra-
tion Ironed to the Spanish troop. IIo de-
clared thoro were many others In the
aame condition and anxious to aurromler
A l-'UdlON TICKET.
Mlt'lUOAN OPPOBITION TO UUi'Ulll.l-
(lrand Itaplds Mich. June I'or miv-
WhltliiK. of St. Clair deuiocrat.
I'or lieutenant Kovernor Mleheal V.
McDonald of Hault Hte Marie demoorHt.
I'or secretary of utato I 10. Lockwoml.
ot Coldwater populist.
For auditor Heneral-John I.. Friable of
Hillsdale sliver repuhlloan
l'or state treasurer Dr. Hdgnr Hmltli.
of Detroit democrat.
For Httoruoy Keneral lloyal A. Ilawley
of Iona silver republican.
For land commmlasloner Carlton Pack
For supurlnteutlent of puhlla Initruet-
Ion Mra. Florence Hunkos of Iiarry ooun
For member of hoard of education
Geo. IS. WUIatts of Colhoun county popu-
list. Tho nhoVO tlekot w nomltuttwl lodn-
by the atnto eonvonttonfl of the democrats
popullatti and silver republloitmi of Mleh
Igan. It rejiraaentn an aqtml illatrlliiillon
between the three iwrtlMt. The ticket
waa ratified In Joint eonventlnn tonlKht.
The (datforma do not ooulllet on any
liopullsUl la perliai. less radlMl than
heretofore nnd alt the remiest of the
poHillts a iitank was Inserted In the
sllUve aiH) rofwndum. Tits silver republl-
eami atoe modlllad tiieir declaration to
make It mors) In neeonlHoe with the dem
ocrat lc platform. Ths latter renfums alll-
Kianca to the Chteago jdalform of law
It crltlctaes mHdty the present stair ad-
ministration hut does not mention the
name of I 'Ingres.
CltRWH OK I'ltlZK VttWiltUi TO Of.
Wajhlnln. Juns 3t-a'h attorney un-
oral has UasjIUimI ta surrander to th- m-
baaastdora M Franta and Austria as the
dlplomatfe. reiiresentallves of HinLi. the
mw-cemtaUant ad oraws of the prto
merstmiit vwasels cajnurwl by ships of our
nary slnae ths Oassaratlon of war. The
dejwrtmit of lustloe havInK no inwms
of foedtne- thee prtaenara. turned them
over to the war department but Secretary
Alair has now deelliHMl to oonttnue the ar
rangement. Tlie represettlatlvt-a or in.
gnaafcth here were eawiinmilcatad with
ami their consent secured to receive thc
prlftoaeis and ship tliem back to Hpaln
The only thing now to be done Is to se
cure the nstflfi of the Bftsonsra to be sur-
ratKlrxed ana a telenram lias been .lent
to the United States attorney lmvlng In
elutrgo th t uBly them at once
with a view tn thslr Irotnetllatc deport-
ation at the expense of the Hpaulsh cov-tmnotit.
Uiiliko Any Ollior.
Conyarlibie Option Policies
Wltll IJlllltlMl IUJ tlM'tltH.
A form of Insurance improved In the
Htfht of modern oxporlenco having all
tho merits of tho older plans of lWo
Insurance wlnlo invested wtlh th
virtues of exact equity In tho ovont of
Simple In Terms. Liberal
most valuable feature
the provision for
Should death occur during the
In the Event of Death During
A $1000 Policy Guarantees
12000 with Cumulative Ad-
ditionsof $10 each year.
Policies are Nonforfeitable Af-
ter Three Years.
Agonto wanted for Oklahoma and
T. J.LOWE Manager.
St. Louis & Snn Frnnciflco Kail
The mou l'opu'.tr Route to-
And All Points EAST.
Thli Is the only Line to the Famous
Tho curativo properties of whoso
waters liavo no equal on tho Atuorlcan
Continent nud tho tfrandour of adjac-
ent scones l similar to that of Colorado.
11H SUUK when Iniylnif your tlcUota
to soo thoy ara routed vin Arkansas
City or Wichita and tho FRISCO
PULLMAN I'olaco Slcoplnp Oars tho
finest in tho world nlso Uoolluini;
Chnlr Oara and Conches in all through
Any other Information will bo cheer-
fully furnished by tho undersigned.
II. F. YOAKUM (Jon'l Mf;r.
St. Louis Mo.
OEO. T. NICHOLSON O. 1'. A.
St Louis Mo.
11. F. DUNN T. F. A 1 A.
Fort Smith Ark.
J. B. FAIRFIELD
The best grades ol Coal al-
ways in store. The McAlcster
a specialty. Prompt delivery
ISrOffice and yards C05 W
Harrison Phone 20
105 N. FIRST ST.
All kinds oi difficult Bicycle
repairing. -First class Vul-
canizing work done by an
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Agents for Willis' wheels.
Ten rew wheels for rent.
Give us a call.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
i m. Wt.nrH Irrsu
I i nal' It. Itu it ft4 vlnwt
t I uiit. r Marii.lru
li t i. "Lire Nnitn"
i t. li .nil "tJ .lillnic 4
i i.r rtf.ii. .il Injdr Nu
i m 1 r r wuiit.n .'iul.
i .un t .1 i hmi IKtt t-
ii in Ml icr ikis
lv ill" 1 1 Until liv Urilvul.l..
MOrr CI1EM10AL 00 t...ft.0.
Catarrh Cannot bo Cared
frith LOCAL AI'I'LICATIONfl at thsy eannat
reach the Buot ot the disease. Catarrh Is a blood
or coostltutioiial disease and In order to euro
ft you must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarib Cuto is taken Internally and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surface.
Hill's Catarrh Curo is out a quick medicine. It
was prescribed by one of tbe best pbysloUos In
this country for years and is a regular pre-
scription. It Is composed ot the best tuuies
known combined with the best blood purifier.
acting directly on tbe inuoous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results tu eurlog
Catuih. Bend ioi testimonials free. .
v 1. uii;Ni.vt'u l'ivujM'fglca90
tJvld b druggists price 7ic
or (jndor.lopod Organs Youtbfal Errors.
JCicmIvo Use ot Tobacco or Opium? Hen t
by mail on receipt of price. HK.IR OTXa
CHsMlCAti CO.. ClcveUud Ohio.
01 lai f Z?
TVOT0U suffer .SsflMl mWeOUARANUE
pa ftiisaa; i35 .S r.n'
TUtlroM Time Tables
Aehts Topeka Hants ae
NOHTO. KAST AND WKST.
Arrive I Arrive
Kan City Chicago.
8 wp. m ii.ut m.
8-60 1. m Jio.oon.ra.
6 lui. m.
I oip. m
4 Oi p. m.
sonTit. sociniAiT aho sornnwssT.
I Arrive j Arrive
1:15 p. m.
11 15 p. m.
I.ia p. m.
1 it p. m.
11.15 p. m
9:00 a. m
9:15 p. m 905a.m.
s. os a. m.? p.m.
A. J. Oorkl&i Agent.
Uhoctsw OkUhoma Uolf K. B Co.
Leave K Reno .... I 0 xw
Leave Oklahoma mty ... . . . 7 45 am
Leave Shawnee . ... ...in am
Leave South McAleter......lI 3 pm
trrtve Witter ... 1.15 pm
irrlve Fort Smith .. 4:B0pm
ArrlTe St. Louis - J. ... 7s am
Leave St. Louis . - . :l5pm
Leave Ft Smith. .. .. n 00 am
Leave Wlster . n 30 pm
Leave South McAllster ... 1 t5pm
Leave Shawnee ... . 35 pm
Leave Oklahoma Clty.. 8 -05 pm
Arrlr- ki Keno ... u.ospm
lletween Uklahoma City and Kl Keno.
Leave Oklahoma City tot-west . 8 Mam
irrtve El Itcno . . .10 10 am
Leave Kl Ileno foreast......... . a 40am
trrlve Oklahoma City . 7 10 am
Leave Oklahoma City for west . 1 .50 pm
fcrrtve Kl itcno ............ 4SSpm
Leave Kl Reno east 1116am
irrlve Oklahoma City II 2u pm
Trains to and from Guthrie make connec-
tion at Oklahoma City.
Make close connections at El Reno for
points on the Rock Island north and south.
For rates and Information apply to
ir.n frame Manager
South Mc Ales ter I. T.
n u i irt T.owrttmt
Agent Oklahoma Grtv.
traveling rtelght and Passenger Agent
OklsbomaOlty O T '
Great War Book.l
Th re4t U r Oorrfltpondenl mftaUrplM. D
"Our Country in War."
SNORILATIONI WITH AILNSTIOHB.
All skaal ltSk stnlss naelkA sktd sAASjft I
dfnrk of thn V H . Hpitn and nil nattoaa. I
ah AiKtat Hum M(Mtin. Htint iimwnr
UmrlVA) ptafftt Mitniarnllr illmtrUJ
- AKcntfi Wnntcd Quick
On nt olil n la n day. othara ara
makinji 931 pr dar Mol Jlharal Urwi
uirantaraj3itar crflt. prlca lowtraiLt
pattl Ueiiitlsoma ontfll fra
Ha ml V two-cant lampa to pay pontafti
Kill CiTWI rin ttt Ilftrbara U (HICAOO.
DR. A. C. mXON
Special attention given to
Crown and Bridge "Worr
Also irregularities of the
Officii Over HoUch's rJlioo Store cor
nor First untl Oklahoma.
HAYNES BUXTON M. D
GUTHRIE O. T.
All Motllcal nntl Hurglc&l dlsoaBcs of
Kyo Kur Nobo and Throat.
rpUOUAS 8. WUITB
WnahlnKton U. O
goomi ui-6-fl Atlantic lialiaing.
sttnlng Lina ana I'atent Law a Bpecltltr
XTfJ'ATBON K. OOLKMAM
Land and Patent Attorney
Wnahlnnton D. O.
rrathlngton Loan and Trait Ul'dg.
(KHRKKNOKB-IIon. M. V. Allen U. 8. Ben-
atei Hon. Lafe fence Ulnaerhook N. Y
Hon. John O. Ilelt U. at lion. J. D. Ulcki
NAOMI Itebekah Lodge Ho. 1 L O. O. V .
meets erery Thursday evening at 1M
n Odd Fellows ball In tbe Weinberger bulla-
ag. Visitors wrlcome.
MATTIK DOUOIITV N O.
KATIK MCWKTIIY. Sec'r-
rUTIIItlE Camp Mo. 1 Woodmen ot ths
V2I World meets every Monday night to the
Cof 1. hall Visiting Woodmen are wel
ome J U. TOWBIta Clerk.
WM UHKCiMtY. Con Com
ODTnillK LODUR HO. I
A. P A A. M. Kegularmret
lng third Tuesday evening
In each mouth at a o'clock.
All brethren cordially In-
vited to attend.
II. V. ARDKKY tiec.
A- J COKKINH W M
QOTHIUK Lodge No. I A O. U W . ueets
Thursday evenings of each week at 7 W
n Victor block corner Urst and Harrison
Msltlng Workmen always welcome
L. N 11UMHHKU M W
O J TUOHY
DTUH1K Lodge No. I K of V . meets
r.rrr Monday at 7:J0 In their ball
n tbe Victor block corner first and Ham-
on. Visiting knights are always welcome
. rOOOAKT M. of V and K ol U. li
IOIiU Meets every Tuesday nlgbt In K
K of V. halt visiting cnlels always wel-
come. M II. C11KKKY Chief ot Records.
DTHKIR Lodge Na 1 LftO meet
Uondavnlchtof each week at T. 10. Vis-
ting Odd fellows always welcome.
YV 2. WA;j-r.u i-i u
O Vf. BltUOK Bec'T lock box ITV.
KLAHOUA encampment No. I L O O.
V meets every '
meets every Tuesday evening in Odd
All visiting patriarchs
VKKDINANU R1TTKHUUSCII. Q P
H. L. bTKOUUH Scribe
HAliritANtT Circle No. 3. Ladles of tbe
U Alt Meets nrst and third week of
every munth in Masonic Hall. Visitors are
KIJZAIIRTU STItOaOH Pre
LOUISA aif.HRUr tiec.
HARTRANPTl'OST No.SQ A R Meet
on Dr.t and third Saturdays in each
month at 7 30 p. m.. tn probate courtroom
Visiting comrades always web ..me
J U VS CISK f I'.
m u wuuiv Aujutant.
f-OTOAl4 UENKPlT TO LADIKM.---W
XYiiarnisa emjuoymeni procure cnyi t
rv fl.rrlsaaad WfiSlOSl
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